Sunday, April 7, 2013

Treasure Map Nail Art

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Today's post is just a quick one to show some late night nail art I did!
For this design, I used mostly LVX polishes and Born Pretty Store products.
Starting with the base, I applied China Glaze Street Chic and sponged LVX Greige over it. I then used a combination of Greige, Citrine, and Ecru to get the desired look of old textured paper. Next, I used Born Pretty Store's Super Matte Top Coat to mattify the colors. For the details, I used  black acrylic paint with a BPS nail art brush. I also applied a black MASH rhinestone to the center of the compass. For the "X" I used Born Pretty Store's red glitter sheets.
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17 comments:

  1. This is such an awesome idea. Love the execution and the glitter on the X.

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  2. I love this! The red x is simply perfect.

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  3. i love love this christa!! such a creative idea :)

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  4. Such an adorable and unique nail look! I love it :)

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  5. This makes me want to go treasure hunting!

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  6. This is so cool! Reminds me of Peter Pan...

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  7. This is SO cool Christa, I love it.

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  8. Hi Christa! I just wanted to let you know, I found this mani on a Google search, and it served as inspiration for a treasure map mani I just did for a challenge group I'm in. I wanted to let you know that I posted this photo to show my inspiration, but I gave full credit and clearly stated that this is a photo of YOUR mani, not mine. Hope this is okay!

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  9. Thanks for being the inspiration for my "x" mani for the ABC Nail Art Challenge. ;) <3

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  10. Beautiful design, thanks for sharing! I think this nail art idea will perfectly a pirate costume that some of you might want to wear this Halloween.

    Also, please check out my huuugggee post about Halloween nail art where I included 50 popular costumes and 50 matching nail art designs: http://stylesprinter.com/ultimate-halloween-nails-guide/



    Happy holiday!

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